Free Delivery Trio (Shine Muscat + Pione + Queen Nina)

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1. Nagano Shine Muscat 

 One of the newest varieties to be discovered, Shine Muscat is a popular choice among all sweets addicts, as it carries a crunchy bite at the surface to grape candy-flavoured sweetness with refreshing grape juice within. Definitely, something that cannot be forgotten easily after the first bite of it.

Japanese Nagano Shine Muscat | 888SEASONS

 

2. Nagano Pione 

Pione grape as compared to its similar family member - Kyoho Grapes, is richer in wine-like flavor (no alcohol) and sweeter in flesh with mild acidity. Its fruit size is also larger, with zero seeds in them. 

It is a slip-skin variety, where the skin is easily separated from the fruit.  To enjoy this delicacy, the proper way is to draw the flesh out by suction from the top where it is connected to the grape stem.

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3. Queen Nina 

Queen Nina is a non-slip skin wine grape variety that gives off intense wine fragrance despite having red skin unlike commonly known Kyoho or Pione Grapes.

Its sweetness is said to reach as high as 21% brix, a peak sweetness standard for grape varieties. With a thin skin that is not the least tart and can be eaten directly, its low acidity makes it one of the sweetest wine grapes with flavourful wine scent that can be tasted in abundance with every huge-sized fruit.

Queen Nina is a cross between Akitsu-20 and Aki Queen where Akitsu-20 itself is a cross between Benizuiho and Hakuho.

The Queen Nina grape is a very large grape with berries between 15 and 20 grams. While the skin is easily breakable and firm, the flesh is juicy with a foxy mild flavour.

Yamanashi Queen Nina Seedless Grapes (550-600g) | 888SEASONS